Essential and Supplemental Resources
It is essential that you have the book for implementation. Purchase The Zones of Regulation curriculum through the publisher Social Thinking to learn and access the essentials for implementing this social emotional learning program
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The Zones of Regulation Apps®
Download our interactive mobile apps: The Zones of Regulation and Exploring Emotions from your App Store.
Jumpstart your Zones implementation with these activities. Best Practice Note: All of these reproducibles are to be used in conjunction with The Zones of Regulation Curriculum.
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These Zones visuals feature characters from The Zones of Regulation Storybook Set. They can be used when teaching Lesson 1 in The Zones of Regulation curriculum to supplement Reproducible C: Zones Emotions and Reproducible E: The Zones of Regulation Visual and at any point in the learning process.
Our most popular resources are available in Spanish, French, and English.
We are pleased to provide digital versions of three widely used “Reproducibles” from the curriculum book translated into Spanish and French. In addition, you will find the English version in the digital format which is already included with The Zones book.
We are pleased to announce that we have included a broader representation of characters within our Zones emotions illustrations throughout the book. While eight characters can’t possibly embody all the spectrum of humanity, we hope that learners see glimpses of themselves and those that they know among this new cast. Updated versions of select Reproducibles are available for download to all Zones of Regulation curriculum users
This Zones of Regulation visual, featuring our updated Zones logo design, is helpful for learners who have access to a broad emotional vocabulary.
Print and use this Zones check-in on staff lanyards, or even as a tabletop check-in for learners.
Use this coloring page to reinforce the key concepts that all our feelings and Zones are Okay!
Deepen your schoolwide implementation with these resources.
Examples of how to integrate and reinforce Zones and social emotional learning concepts in specialist/elective classes such as music, art, physical education, media, etc.
Track important Zones data with these tools.
We are excited to share a new set of Zones of Regulation Data Collection Tools that evaluate the development of regulation competencies and practices for both learners and educators/facilitators. These tools focus on the skills and learning targets taught within The Zones of Regulation curriculum. Each can be used before (pre), during (mid), and after (post) Zones instruction/intervention to inform instructional planning for individuals or groups.
(Learner Self-Evaluation, Regulation Skills Inventory, Staff Implementation Survey)
For the Home
Helpful resources for using The Zones in a home.
Caregivers can use The Zones of Regulation to help think about, talk about, and manage feelings with learners of all ages at home. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
(Letter template for parents and caregivers to introduce their child to a new teacher)
Equity and Inclusion Strategies for The Zones of Regulation
While The Zones of Regulation framework and concepts are often considered universal, teachers and facilitator should use neurodiverse-affirming, identity-affirming, and culturally responsive strategies/practices that respect, reflect, and honor student identities and life experiences. These climate and instructional strategies will help you on your journey to creating more equitable and accessible learning experiences for all learners.Equity and Inclusion Strategies